What is penetration testing? 

Penetration testing (pentesting) is the process of assessing computer systems, networks and applications to identify and address security vulnerabilities that could be exploited by cybercriminals.

A mature, proactive approach to securing enterprise assets exposes weaknesses in systems and identifies paths vulnerable to exploitation – before a malicious actor does. Our range of hacking engagements enables organizations of all sizes to effectively manage cybersecurity risk by identifying, exploiting, and helping to remediate vulnerabilities that could lead to network, systems, applications and personnel being compromised by malicious attackers.

Our proven methodology provides actionable steps for better securing your systems.

Engaging with our team will uncover vulnerabilities and highlight actions that help you make informed decisions to reduce risk across your business.


We also assist clients with achieving or maintaining compliance by meeting testing requirements in standards such as the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Whether you require white, grey or black box services, we can assist you. The thought of an attack can be daunting. We give you less to worry about.

Does my organizaiton need a pentest? 

With threats constantly evolving, it’s recommended that every organisation commissions penetration testing at least once a year, but more frequently when:

  • Making significant changes to company infrastructure

  • Launching new products and services

  • Undergoing a business merger or acquisition

  • Preparing for compliance with data security standards

  • Utilising and/or developing custom applications

Benefits of network pentration testing 

Regular pentesting helps improve your cybersecurity by:

  • Fixing vulnerabilities before they are exploited by cybercriminals

  • Providing independent assurance of security controls

  • Improving awareness and understanding of cyber security risks

  • Supporting PCI DSS, ISO 27001 and GDPR compliance

  • Demonstrating a continuous commitment to security

  • Supplying the insight needed to prioritise future investments

Why choose Antares penetration services?

Regular pentesting helps improve your cybersecurity by:

  • Our penetration testers bring unrivaled experience to address the unique needs of organizations of all sizes and industries

  • We analyze all relevant technical and business implications to ensure our recommendations and outcomes align with your specific risk profile

  • Our specialists use a variety of commercial and open source tools for complete and methodical assessment results

  • We use an adaptable approach and methodology to meet your organization’s distinct business requirements

  • We provide a detailed roadmap and specific steps to strengthen your overall security program and defense posture

How effective is your cyber security?

With threats continuing to grow in both volume and sophistication, performing a pentest to understand how an attacker might breach your business’ defenses and the appropriate action needed to address the risk is an important part of effective cybersecurity.


Insecure network configurations, authentication problems, as well as flaws in application source code and logic, are just three in a long line of underlying vulnerabilities that could be exploited by criminal hackers. With your organization’s attack surface continuing to grow, keeping out the bad guys is an uphill struggle.


Using real-life adversarial techniques to identify common and complex vulnerabilities, Antares' team of certified ethical hackers can help your organization to clearly understand its weaknesses and develop a strategy to address them.


By identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities that evade automated online assessments, and providing clear help and advice to remediate issues, Antares' ethical hacking and security penetration testing services enable you to understand and significantly reduce your cyber security risk.


All Antares' pen testing engagements are client confidential and unlike a real cyber-attack cause no damage or disruption.

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